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Ritz-Carlton to open its first hotel in Mexico City

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Mexico, Jun. 6 (Notimex).- The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company chain will open its first complex in Mexico City in 2019 as part of its growth strategy in the region.

The president of the company, Herve Humler, indicated that hotel will constitute a very exclusive section of the mixed uses project Chapultepec Uno, which is located at the intersection of Avenida Reforma and Circuito Interior.

In addition, the company said that this opening marks a milestone for the development of the Ritz-Carlton in the Caribbean and Latin America, representing its entry to one of the most important capitals in the region.




When it starts operating in 2019, the Ritz-Carlton in Mexico City will occupy floors 35-47 of the tower, will feature luxury amenities, and is jointly developed by Thor Urbana, GFa and Heldan Hotels & Resort.

For GFa CEO Elias Fasja, Mexico City is the most important cultural, economic and industrial center of the country, so they are proud to be part of this project “which we know will be a significant contribution to the city.”

Heldan Hotels & Resorts CEO Gabriel Helfo said that this project will play an important role in the consolidation and success of Mexico City as a leading international destination.”

Mexico continues to be one of the most important destinations for business and leisure travel in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as for travelers from the United States, he said.

Source: http://www.notimex.gob.mx/

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